Get A Cavity If You’ve Had A Filling?

Dental fillings are meant to keep your teeth free from decay. However, there are some scenarios in which a new cavity could form underneath a filling. Key takeaways: – When a filling is damaged through teeth grinding, chewing on hard foods, or tear and wear. – When a filling exceeds its life expectancy, which goes from 5 to 15 years. – When the cavity is large, a large filling isn’t a good solution; a dental crown offers more protection. If you feel something is wrong with your filling, make an appointment with your dentist to have it checked. Read the full story here: https://yourdentalhealthresource.com/can-cavities-form-under-dental-fillings/]]>

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